GIS Data for Quaternary Geology of Waupaca County, Wisconsin [dataset 2]

From the dataset abstract

The Quaternary geologic map of Waupaca County, Wisconsin, provides details about the surficial sediment and landscapes that were formed underneath and adjacent to the Laurentide Ice Sheet during the late Wisconsin Glaciation (ca. 20,000 years before present). These landscapes include lowlands underlain by glacial and postglacial lake sediment, uplands composed of streamlined till (drumlins), meltwater-stream sediment, and modern sand dunes. Includes map, 8-page report, geologic logs, and GIS data files of the geologic map data in the geologic map schema (GeMS) format.

Source: Quaternary Geology of Waupaca County, Wisconsin

Additional Information

Author Mode, W.M.; Hooyer, T.S.; Attig, J.W.; Clayton, Lee; Rawling, J.E., III;
Publication Year 2023
Series number M509-dataset02
Resource Type GIS Data
Physical Description GeMS file geodatabase, shapefiles, geopackage, metadata
Notes These GIS data supersede a 2015 publication, WOFR2015-03.
Geographic Area Waupaca
Tags Surficial Geology